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Counterfeit Culture Release “Apothecary” Music Video Featuring Ricky Armellino of This Or The Apocalypse

Post-hardcore quartet Counterfeit Culture has released a music video featuring Ricky Armellino of This Or The Apocalypse, for their single, “Apothecary“. The video showcases a violent relationship which highlights the message of the band’s recently released EP titled, Deathwish.

Watch “Apothecary” exclusively on Metal Underground

Guitarist, Patrick Robertson talked about the video saying, “This music video is the most meaningful thing of the whole release for all of us. We spent so much time planning out the storyboard, and drove all the way to Lancaster, PA to film part of it. Of course having our good friend Ricky Armellino in it makes it that much more special to all of us. We wanted to follow up on our music video for X, and put out something that’s just as impactful. Alec and Kiera, the actor and actress in this video did an absolutely amazing job portraying an abusive relationship. This is a culmination of all our hard work, and we hope everyone can get something out of it!”

Deathwish which dropped August 1st. was produced and engineered by Armellino and gives off the melodic metal vibes and harmonious vocals that will remind listeners of This Or The Apocalypse. Watch the new music video for “Apothecary” below and stream the rest of Deathwish HERE.

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